Looks like a pretty convenient set-up. I've been pretty happy with the
Plastiform viewer. Even in the dry Colorado climate I haven't had
problems keeping the humidor filled. But I will admit that there are
times when the signal on the tape is too soft to be seen well. Has the
Sigma worked better for you in those situations? I also wasn't able to
find a price on it.
Angie Dickinson Mickle
Richard L. Hess wrote:
> At 12:08 AM 2007-06-21, Frank Wylie wrote:
>> As a young college graduate, I messed around a bit with Quad videotape
>> and editing 2 inch video with what was then (I suppose) standard
>> FerroFluid developing ink, a razor blade and a microscope, but this
>> tops the lot...
>> Good work. Thanks for posting that; very interesting!****
> Hi, Frank, thanks for the kind words. I've added photos to the blog
> entry at www.richardhess.com/notes/ so now people can see what the rig
> looks like and the results.
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